|Mount Eden Fire House Is A Total Loss, But Flag Still Stands
A fire took everything at a volunteer fire station in Shelby County, but an American flag from their training room was not burnt. Video
|Cyclists' "Journey for Hope" Across America
On Tuesday, college cyclists trekking across the nation took a brief rest in Lexington before continuing to their destination in Washington DC.
|Code for America Technologists Arrive in Lexington
Mayor Jim Gray welcomed three Fellows from the Code for America Wednesday, as they set out to improve Lexington's quality of life.
|Lexington Officer Helps Lift Car Off of Trapped Woman
A woman has a Lexington police officer and other concerned citizens to thank for lifting up a car that had rolled onto her, according to investigators.
|Danville Ranks #2 of "10 Best Small Towns in America"
According to Business Insider, Danville is the second best small town in the nation.
|Kentucky Earns a D in Emergency Care Report Card
America's Emergency Care Environment issued its latest report card, slapping national emergency care with a D+. Kentucky earned a D.
|Celebrating National POW and MIA Recognition Day in America
Today is the 34th annual observance of National Prisoner of War and Missing in Action Recognition Day in America. Video
|Great American Pie Contest Returns To Lexington
Annual contest features two categories: From scratch and semi-homemade Video
|Pearl Harbor Survivor Remembers Attack 71 Years Ago
71 years ago today, American history was changed forever when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. Now, decades later, not many survivors are still living to talk about their experience. But Herman Horn,92, in Frankfort, says he remembers it all. Video